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UK edition includes one bonus track, We Wanna Party. 2008 release from the UKs premiere girl group, who continue to take Pop music to places its never been before. Five albums into their career they are trailblazers who have consistently raised the bar and changed what it means to be a girlband in the 21st century. Working again with the Xenomania team, Girls Aloud have been constantly challenging themselves in the studio. The lead single, `The Promise sees the girls explore the lush sounds of the 60s. Its a sound that has already proved to be a winner. Even before release the single is already one of the most played Girls Aloud songs on radio. 12 tracks. Polydor.
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Needless to say, as Cheryl Cole sprung into international superstardom thanks to The X Factor on YouTube, I became curious. I started with her solo albums before buying the entire Girls Aloud catalog on Amazon. While her solo works are exactly what I expected - lightweight pop song guilty pleasures - the Girls Aloud work was something different altogether: lush, imaginative arena pop with an edgy, indie rock mentality.
Credit writers/producers Xenomania for the songs - and guitarist Johnny Marr of the Smiths for a dash of extra cool (he plays lightly on many of this album's tracks). Read Wikipedia's listings on Xenomania and Girls Aloud for a much better dissection of their innovative approach to song structure. All I can say is - wow, this is some of the best pop music to wash upon any shores in the past 25 years. If you like Swede hipster pop stars like Annie (also a Xenomania project) and Robyn, then you'll love this.
Some of the tracks are pure, euphoric, unforgettable pop: Untouchable is simply smashing - one of the best pop singles of all time. But then there's the weird tracks. "Live in the Country" would have fit nicely in on Blur's masterpiece "Parklife." "Revolution in the Head" is also very dark, edgy and indie - with a sinister verse and chorus. "Fix Me Up" is a monster of a song that would have fit The Pussycat Dolls nicely - but only the Girls' could handle the snarl and sass of the track.
Which brings up a good topic - the other Girls in Girls Aloud. Their voices weave in and out of the mix so seamlessly, its hard to tell when one starts and the other stops. They're all very talented and beautiful beyond words. While their videos mostly feel stale and awkward (quick everyone raise and sway your left arm), their penchant for glamorous and colorful dresses recalls a better time when pop stars were fashion icons instead of WhoreNuns and femmebots.
All I can do is urge some record company to get off their duffs and re-release the Girls Stateside as or before Cheryl takes on X Factor USA - global domination is eminent for pop this perfect.
1.)The Promise-Very good song but frankly(IMO)not nearly as good as all the hype surounding it suggests. I can understand why it was the single though.
2.)The Loving Kind- Great electro-pop, midtempo track. Nicola's pleading "I'd do anything" sounds heartbreaking and sincere.
3.)Rolling Back The Rivers In Time- A nice song but sounds a little filler-ish to me.
4.)Love Is The Key- One of the best on OCC(IMO)very 60's sounding(slightly remisant of"Waiting" on Chemistry) great harmonica solo as well.
5.)Turn To Stone- I loved this when I first heard it but now I've kind of fallen out of love with it. Very good icy pop song though.
6.)Untouchable-GA's over 6 minute long opus is indeed great. A little boring in some spots(IMO) but great and very well done. Nadine's solo at the end is a gem.
7.)Fix Me Up- I love this song! many feel it was chessy or out of place but I strongly dissagree. I feel after the drama of Untouchable this very funky flirty song is much needed.
8.)Love Is Pain- A little like "Close to love" on Tangled up in a way but very very good song.
9.)Miss You(Bow Wow)-One of my least favorite songs on OCC very silly to me but still well done job by the girls.
10.)Revolution In The Head-#1 song on OCC(IMO)GA repeats the funky, reggae sound from Control Of the Knife on Tangled Up but even better! It has a message telling Gen.Y to get up and DO something instead of play more Rock Band"Revolution in the head don't count for nothing" plus Nadine's little rapping is GOLD!
11.)Live In The Country- Most people HATE this song and you will hear why. It is (IMO) the worst song on OCC. From the bland lyrics to the awful animal sound effects this just has NO written all over it.
12.)We Wanna Party- A much better way to close out the album( and slightly redeem from l.i.t.c.) Not a gem but a good song.
Overall listening to the first record and this shows how far in the right direction GA has come from girls to women, and how much more they have to accomplish.